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Podcast: CIO Panel on Major Enterprise Challenges Facing IT Leaders

This CIO panel from the EDUCAUSE 2011 Enterprise and IT Conference brings together five exceptional IT leaders from a diverse background of institutions to discuss the major challenges facing leaders in today's climate. The panel includes:

  • Mark Askren, Chief Information Officer, University of Nebraska – Lincoln
  • Klara Jelinkova, Assoc VP & CITO, University of Chicago
  • Kevin M. Morooney, Vice Provost for Information Technology and CIO, The Pennsylvania State University
  • David G. Swartz, CIO and Associate Vice President, American University
  • Bradley Wheeler, Vice President for Information Technology, CIO & Dean, Indiana University


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Running time: 1h 23m 52s
File size: 33.6 MB

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